Very pleased to be included in this wonderful show.
I was really excited to have a drawing included in the Drawing Biennial 21 and hugely grateful to be nominated by Victoria Pomery. And I was stunned by the review in The Spectator by Laura Gascoigne:
My favourite drawing? Clare Smith’s ‘Red Tree’. It has no message that could be put into words; she has simply let the image bloom on the paper. Laura Gascoigne, The Spectator, 19 June 2021 in her review of the Drawing Biennial at the Drawing Room.
So pleased to have a work in the Drawing Biennial 2021 at The Drawing Room. The Biennial is an exhibition and auction of over 300 works providing an invaluable snapshot of how artists are working with drawing today.
Featuring new and recent works on paper by leading international artists, the Biennial showcases every imaginable technique and represents artists from a range of generations, backgrounds, and heritages. The exhibition culminates in an online auction taking place over its final two weeks, with all works available to purchase – it’s your chance to own works by established greats and discover emerging talent.
Really pleased to announce that this piece of mine has been longlisted for the Jackson painting prize.
Hello and Congratulations!
One or more of the artworks you submitted to Jackson’s Painting Prize 2021 has made it through the first round of judging to the longlist.Your work was one or more of 400 selected out of an incredible 8674 entries.
The latest in my Lone Pine series
I have been commissioned to make some more drawings for storyteller and writer Nicolette Picheral. I’ve started with her retelling of the Dream of Rhonabwy.